G M Armitage

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A mass spectrometric study of the aging effects in polystyrene-based ion-exchangers has been made. Fragments in the m/e range 10-70 were examined and attributed to OH(+), H(2)O(+), CO(+), CO(+)(2), supplemented by SO(+) and SO(+)(2) from sulphonic-acid cation-exchangers. Ion-current intensities were found to be dependent on the state of the resin.
The pH-dependent distribution of carrier-free radioisotopes between aqueous phases at constant ionic strength and polystyrene-divinylbenzene type exchangers reveals the presence of a secondary exchange function attributable to carboxyl groups. Cation- and anion-exchangers of the sulphonate and quaternary ammonium types possess this additional(More)
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